The Deacon's Bench"Heaven Is for Real": A Preachy Mess or Richly Satisfying?
I'll be honest with you: I wasn't expecting much, but for moviegoers craving stories that inspire, this movie may be an answered prayer.
Under the Ancient Oaks"Heaven Is For Real": A Pagan Perspective
Since we don't care if the streets of the Christian heaven are gold or gravel, we can look objectively and learn to do a better job of interpreting our own mystical experiences.
The Anxious BenchClemson vs. the Secularists
Coach Dabo Swinney is on solid constitutional ground when he represents his faith today at Clemson University, despite the threats of the Freedom From Religion Foundation.
Daylight AtheismChristian Radio Fans the Flames of Witch Hunting
A U.K.-based Christian radio station is advocating the reality of demonic possession.
AltmuslimDoes Supporting "Happy British Muslims" and Pharrell Williams Promote Rape Culture?
If the fantasy of sexual exploitation that Pharrell champions in "Blurred Lines" is what makes him "Happy," I want nothing to do with it.
Muslimah Media Watch"I Am the Beggar of the World": A Gamut of Perspectives
This book of Afghan women's poetry represents many universal themes that both reflect and transcend women's life experiences.
Daughters of EveSurviving as a Black Professional
The subtle racial and gendered micro aggressions in the professional world were more exhausting than overt racism. Here are a few coping strategies that helped me survive.
Sermons from the MoundPagan Consent Culture
Let's create a Pagan culture that not only helps to prevent inappropriate and abusive touch, but encourages loving, consensual touch. Here are some simple ways.
ThoughtLifeThe Missing Link in the Poverty Debates: Fathers and Mothers
The findings signal rather straightforwardly that people benefit tremendously from the traditional family structure of one man united to one woman for a lifetime.
Black, White, and GrayWas Opposition to Interracial Marriage Motivated by Christianity?
In reviewing the scholarship on this issue, I find little support that Christian justification has been the driving force inhibiting interracial marriages.